Throughout Hull and East Riding there are a number of minor injury units for less serious injuries, such deep cuts, eye injury, severe sprains, minor head injury, minor burns and scalds and less serious broken bones.
Many people go to Accident and Emergency when they could be treated just as well and probably quicker at a minor injury unit. In Accident and Emergency staff must give priority to serious and life-threatening conditions, so if you go there with a minor injury you may have to wait longer to be seen. It is better to go to a minor injury unit where they can see and treat.
- Less serious fractures
- minor burns
You don’t need an appointment to visit a minor injury unit but we do recommend that you call in advance to check that they are open. They are run by a team of highly qualified nurse practitioners with a lot of experience and expertise in the treatment of minor injuries. Children over the age of 18 months can also be treated at a minor injury unit.
To view MIU opening times over the holidays please click here.
*****Your NHS services are changing in the East Riding*****
From Wednesday 4 April 2018 three new Urgent Treatment Centres will be opening in Beverley, Bridlington, and Goole along with two 8 to 8 Centres in Driffield and Withernsea. These new services will replace the current Minor Injury Units in Bridlington, Beverley, Driffield, Goole, Hornsea and Withernsea.